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The Boyd Rice Experience - Hatesville [LP - Black vinyl]
Back in stock, the black 12" LP edition.
“Hatesville!” is a collection of songs by The Boyd Rice Experience, The Partridge in the Pear Tree, Adam Parfrey and Jim Goad.
It was orignally released in 1995, but quickly went out of print, and has – until today – commanded absurd prices from collectors. This new edition has been completely remastered and features three new songs. Best of all, it’s available for the first time on vinyl. Famed hot rod artist Coop, whose black & white artwork appeared on the 1995 version, added color to the artwork for the new edition. No expense has been spared for this reissue.
The CD is presented in sturdy six-panel folder, the black vinyl LP comes in an sturdy old-school “tip-on” cover, and the picture disc comes in a heavy PVC sleeve. The CD is unlimited and we plan to keep it in print forever, but the black vinyl LP is limited to 1000 copies and the picture disc is limited to 500.
Boyd Rice’s biography is extensive and includes numerous albums, books and film appearances. His musical career began in the 1970s when he performed and recorded as NON. In the mid 1980s he became involved in the Church of Satan, and later launched a Social Darwinist think tank called The Abraxis Foundation. He has performed and recorded with Douglas Pearce of Death In June, Michael Moynihan of Blood Axis, and famed industrial percussionist Z’ev. His newest book No is a collection of essays. He presently lives in his underground bunker in Denver, Colorado.
Adam Parfrey is best known as the founder of Feral House, a small but influential book publisher, with titles like Apocalypse Culture, Lords of Chaos, and Jim Goad’s Giant Book of Sex. He’s always had an interest in music, and released two albums and a number of singles in the 1990s, including S.W.A.T - Deep Inside A Cop’s Mind: The Soundtrack for the Next Police State and A Sordid Evening of Sonic Sorrows. He lives in Port Townsend, Washington.
The Partridge in the Pear Tree, previously known as Shaun Partridge, co-founded the Partridge Family Temple in Denver in 1988 with a friend. “The Partridge Family Temple is a religion based on fun, truth, and reality. We believe in freedom, fun, and enjoying life every day, because we all know we're going to die. Life is scary and miserable and we say, ‘Come On, Get Happy!’” He now lives in Portland, Oregon.
Jim Goad became famous (or infamous, depending on your point of view) for his magazine Answer Me!, which he published from 1991 to 1994. He contributed to the S.W.A.T recordings, and released the album Truck Drivin’ Psycho in 1996. He has authored several books, including The Redneck Manifesto and Shit Magnet: One Man’s Miraculous Ability to Absorb the World’s Guilt. He runs jimgoad.net, and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
1. Hatesville (The Boyd Rice Experience)
2. Race Riot (Adam Parfrey)
3. Dog (The Partridge in the Pear Tree)
4. Shit List (The Boyd Rice Experience)
5. What if they gave a love in... (Adam Parfrey)
6. How God Makes Little Girls (The Boyd Rice Experience)
7. Let's Hear It For Violence Towards Women! (Jim Goad)
8. Heather Mills (The Partridge in the Pear Tree)
9. Nation Down For The Count (Adam Parfrey)
10. Take a San Francisco Bad Trip (The Partridge in the Pear Tree)
11. Mr. Intolerance (The Boyd Rice Experience)
12. I Am Man (Sometimes I Hate) (The Partridge in the Pear Tree)
13. Love Will Change The World (The Boyd Rice Experience)
14. Low Blood Sugar (The Partridge in the Pear Tree)
15. Hatesville Suicide Hotline (Adam Parfrey)
16. Alone With The Calm (The Boyd Rice Experience)